"Everybody's Waiting," Six Feet Under finale episode
Not scary enough to be Carrot Top. Not by half.
Last edited by The Batman; 07-26-2008 at 07:21 PM.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson? Check. Director Frank Miller? Check. Producer
Deborah Del Prete? Check. Find out what they have to say about the upcoming
feature film, "The Spirit.
Actually as someone whos never read The Spirit, looks pretty neat to me.
Like Sin City, it looks like it's going to be alot of intriguing visuals/imagery and mostly wooden acting (as if they're reading their lines directly out of the comic book) with an interesting story beat here or there.
Loved the guy they got to play The Spirit's voice by the way.
I'd be curious to hear what the comic Spirit fans think of Gabriel Macht so far.
Last edited by Dr. Chaos; 08-11-2008 at 11:11 PM.
I'm beginning to think that Hell is a comic book forum.
His voice would PROBABLY be okay.... if he were reciting Eisner's dialogue instead of Miller's. Although Macht's voice is kind of low and for me, personally, I always heard the Spirit's voice in my dead as a tenor... not too high pitched mind you but more like... say, Tim Daly. BUT I wouldn't hold that against an actor. There are very few characters where the voice pitch really matters that much -- Hellboy is one though. You gotta have a pure bass for Hellboy... which is why Ron Perelman was perfect.
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You know I don't care if The Spirit movie is very Frank Miller-lite because it's a style that was enjoyable in the Sin City flick but more importantly I would never accept a straight Spirit movie to begin with. A dude with a small mask is not the greatest lure to pay 12 bucks + drive to go watch a movie.
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If it's the Eisner family that's got a say in what happens and Frank is close to them then he could, theoretically, do something about it.
Nothing that really matters. He could talk to them.But they're under no obligation to listen to or pay attention to him. The point is, he has no power or control over the property and if the people who do decide to do something with it he disagrees with, he can't do any more to make them stop than you or I could.